Under the skilled baton of Daniel Spurlock, they sang the most gorgeous pianissimos and the most chilling fortissimos! Evening of pure magic . . . emotional, inspirational, and fun . . . —theartslouisville.com
choral elegance . . . Vigor and clearly delineated dynamics . . .
sumptuous well-blended sound that easily filled the spacious sanctuary .
. . balanced evenly from section to section and reflecting appreciation
for whatever idiom came to the foreground . . . crystal clear
articulation, exquisite balance, subtlety of timbre, and a detailed
approach to dynamics . . . real attention to shifting styles .
. . All selections emerged with considerable interpretive sympathy. . .
. most distinctive reading of a core work (Mozart: Requiem) . . . same
sensation as The Chorus sang Dvorak's Mass in D Major, Op. 86 . . .
fresh, vigorous, and deeply affecting . . . responded with unflagging energy and tonal detail . . . Daniel Spurlock had prepared them well and it showed again and again. . . . He and his colleagues have every right to be proud. —Courier-Journal